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1 1 CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT It is hereby agreed that a contract for an indefinite period be entered into between Mufasa Outsourcing CC (who shall be referred to hereinafter as the employer) - and... Identity No... (who shall be referred to hereinafter as the employee ) THE PARTIES HAVE AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS: 1. JOB TITLE The employee shall be employed as. You will report directly to: STARTING DATE The employee commenced his/her employment on 20 for an indefinite period. 3. PROBATIONARY PERIOD The employee is appointed on a probation period of 3(three) weeks/months from the date of commencement of employment. During this period the employee s performance, skills, behaviour, adaptability, knowledge and health will be evaluated by the employer and any shortcomings in this regard during the probation period will be sufficient reason not to extend the contract beyond the probation period. 4. DUTIES The employee shall be expected to satisfactorily carry out all the tasks and duties normally associated with the position. The employee agrees and undertakes to obey all reasonable and lawful orders and instructions, which may be given by any person employed by the employer who is in a managerial or supervisory position. The employee confirms that he/she is capable and competent to perform the duties for which he/she has been employed, and that he/she has the necessary skills and knowledge to perform competently and to the satisfaction of the employer. It is expressly agreed by the employee that should the work as set out in the job description, be unavailable, he/she will be prepared to perform any other suitable work which falls within his/her vocational abilities provided that it shall be without loss of remuneration. The performance of any other suitable work under these circumstances will not be seen as a right of the employee and the employer reserves the right to retrench the employee in these circumstances.

2 2 5. REMUNERATION The employee s basic salary shall be R per hour and payment shall be made weekly in arrears not later than the last day of each week. Payment of the employee s salary/wage shall be made either by cheque or be paid into the employee s account at a financial institution of his/her choice or be paid in cash. In terms of days or time absent from work without permission or leave, no money will be paid to the employee, and time so lost will bring a pro rata reduction in his/her annual bonus. The following deductions will be made from the employee s remuneration: Medical Fund P A Y E Pension Fund U I F: Other:.. 6. INCREASES Future increases will be based on the employee s individual performance as well as on the overall financial performance of the employer s undertaking during the preceding financial year. Such granting of increases (when applicable) will be entirely at the discretion of the employer and will take place during July of each year. The employee agrees that any increase granted in terms of this clause will be set off against any wage increase which may become due and payable according to any wage regulating measure or other agreement if such increase takes effect within 11 months of the granting of the aforesaid increase. 7. ANNUAL BONUS An annual bonus may be paid by the employer to the employee on an ex gratia basis at the discretion of the employer. No expectation is created between the employee and the employer that any bonus will be automatically paid at any time. The bonus will be paid during the month of: December. 8. ANNUAL LEAVE The employee will be entitled to 21 days consecutive leave at full pay for every 12 months of completed service.such leave shall be taken at a time agreed to by the employer at his discretion any time during the 12 (twelve) month cycle, but not later than 6 (six) months after completion of the 12 (twelve) month period of work. For every public holiday during the leave of the employee, which would have otherwise been a normal working day for him/her, an extra day s paid leave will be added. A regular day worker will be entitled to 1 day leave for every 17 days worked. 9. SICK LEAVE An employee is entitled to paid sick leave equal to the number of days the employee would normally work during a period of 6 weeks during every cycle of 36 months worked, i.e. an employee who works a five day week will be entitled to 30 days sick leave over a period of 3 years; an employee who works a six day week will be entitled to 36 days sick leave over a period of 3 years. Sick leave not taken, will not be paid out. If one day or more sick leave is taken the employee must submit an acceptable doctor s certificate. If continual illness occurs, the employee agrees to a medical examination requested by the employer at any reasonable time, with the employer bearing the cost, and access to all medical reports.

3 3 During the first six months of employment, the employee will be entitled to one day sick leave for every 26 days worked. If the employee is absent for a long time, due to illness, the employer is entitled to terminate the contract after a procedurally fair investigation into the health position of the employee. 10. MATERNITY LEAVE Maternity leave will commence at any time from four weeks before the expected date of birth, unless otherwise agreed or when a medical practitioner or midwife certifies that it is necessary for the employee s health or that of her unborn child. Female employees may not work 4 (four) weeks before the birth as well as 12 (twelve) weeks after the birth, unless a medical practitioner or midwife certifies that she is fit to work. The employee is entitled to at least 4 (four) consecutive months unpaid maternity leave. The employee will notify the employer in writing of the date on which she intends to commence with maternity leave and return to work at least four weeks before such date, unless the employee is unable to do so. The employee understands that she will be signed off as deserted if she does not report for duty within five days after the stipulated date. A disciplinary enquiry will be held to determine the reasons for the absence. 11. FAMILY RESPONSIBILITY LEAVE Where the employee has completed four months of work and works for at least four days a week, the employee will be entitled to three days paid leave, if the employer has more than 10 employees in his/her service, in the following circumstances: (a) (b) (b) the birth of her child; to attend to a sick child; or in the case of a death in the family, meaning (1) the employee s spouse; or (2) the employee s parents or grandparents, adopted child, grandchild or brother or sister. Should the employee however be employed by an employer who has less than 10 employees in his/her service, family responsibility leave will be deemed as part of the annual leave. 12. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS The public holidays as contained in the Public Holidays Act will apply and will be exchangeable for any other day which the employer chooses. When one of the public holidays falls on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be a public holiday. The employee will not be entitled to public holidays during strikes. 13. TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT The employee s service may be terminated by either him/her or by the employer by giving not less than one week written notice during the first four weeks of employment. After four weeks, but during the first year, two weeks notice will be given and four weeks if the employee has one year service and more. Notice must be given in writing before or on the first or 15th of the month. Either party may summarily terminate this contract for any cause recognised by law as being sufficient, subject to this being reduced to writing. This agreement may be terminated by the employer without any notice or any payment in lieu of notice in the case of gross misconduct or dishonesty on the part of the employee. The employer will in such event follow the procedure laid down in the disciplinary code and procedure.

4 4 14. HOURS OF WORK The employee s ordinary hours of work will be 45 hours per week, and will be from 08:00 to 17:00 on Mondays to Fridays. The employee will be entitled to the following breaks during any one day: ½ hour lunch. 15. ABSENCE FROM WORK Should you be unable to attend work for any reason, it is important that you notify your employer within 2½ hours before the commencement of your shift of the reason for your absence and the envisaged length of your absence. Should the reason for your absence however be of such a nature that arrangements can be made beforehand, it is important that you discuss these arrangements with your employer at least 24 hours before the commencement of your shift. Should you be absent from work without sufficient reason, this could result in disciplinary action being taken against you. Your entitlement to sick leave will be in accordance with the provisions of any relevant wage regulating measure or the provisions of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act, where applicable. 16. DESERTION AS BREACH OF CONTRACT The employee agrees that should he/she fail to report for work for more than 5 consecutive days without notifying the employer, he/she shall be deemed to have deserted. A disciplinary enquiry will be held to determine the reasons for the absence. 17. CONFIDENTIALITY The employee will not divulge any information to any unauthorised persons or bodies relating to any aspect of his/her work or to any of the operations or processes of the employer. Such information will include methods, processes, computer software, documentation, client lists, programmes, trade secrets, technical information, chemical formulae, drawings, financial information, or any other information which could be damaging to the employer s operations or which could benefit other parties to the detriment of the employer. Such restrictions will apply during and after the employee s employment with the employer. 18. RULES AND REGULATIONS The employee will observe and obey all the rules, regulations and procedures which have been or may be drawn up by the employer, or where applicable, the Bargaining Council. The employer will endeavour to ensure that the employee is made familiar with such rules, regulations and procedures. The employer reserves the right to change or add any of such rules, regulations and procedures at any time at his discretion, subject to reasonable notice to the employee. The employee confirms that he/she has been given a copy of the disciplinary code with this contract and that it has been explained to him/her.

5 5 19. INDUSTRIAL ACTION The employee agrees not to take part in or to incite any other person to participate in any illegal industrial action which may adversely affect any of the employer s operations. Such action may include, but is not limited to strikes, go-slows, work to rule, boycotts, stayaways or any other similar action which may obstruct, prevent or retard the work of other employees or the employer s operations. The employee agrees to partake only in legal industrial action which may have arisen after the statutory dispute settling procedures having been followed. The employee agrees to assist the employer in endeavouring to promote, enhance and maintain industrial peace and harmony in the work place. This agreement will automatically be suspended during a strike. 20. PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT The place of employment will be (address):..... It will also be required that the employee work at the following places: HEALTH The employee confirms that he/she is in good physical and mental health and is capable of carrying out all the duties assigned to him/her by the employer. Should the employee be found not to be able to perform his/her duties in a competent and proper manner to the satisfaction of the employer, due to health reasons, the employer will reserve the right to terminate the employee s services. The employer may require the employee to undergo any medical examination at the expense of the employer from time to time in order to ascertain the state of the employee s health. 22. WORK OUTSIDE EMPLOYMENT The employee will not be entitled to work, outside normal working hours, for any other employer, or conduct his/her own business, unless the nature of his involvement has been revealed to the employer and the written consent of the employer has been obtained. A further condition is that the undertaking of the other employer s business will not, directly or indirectly, be in competition with the undertaking of the employer and the employee s involvement may not in any way whatsoever detrimentally affect the employee s work or his working relationship with the employer. 23. SAFETY AND SECURITY The employee agrees to observe and obey all the safety and security rules and regulations as prescribed by the employer, and/or the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Act 85 of The employee agrees that the employer or persons appointed by him may, from time to time, conduct searches of the employee s person or personal possessions for security or safety reasons. Such searches may include any vehicle of the employee which may enter the premises of the employer. The employee shall wear any security identity card which the employer may issue, at all times on entering, leaving or being on the premises of the employer.

6 6 24. PATENTS AND COPYRIGHT The employer will reserve the right to retain all and/or any rights to any patents or copyright to any inventions, designs, discoveries, improvements as made, discovered or conceived by the employee during his/her employment with the employer whether wholly or partly, and whether in connection with or incidental to his/her employment with the employer, and which may relate to, or be in connection with, or be useful to the business carried out by the employer whether or not during normal working hours and whether or not at the employer s premises. Such patents or copyrights will not be limited to any particular area or country and the employer will have the right to alter, modify, adapt or change any designs, processes or methods of any such patents or copyrights. The employee will not copy, print or publish any of the employer s methods, processes, or procedures relating to the business of the employer unless permission has been granted by the employer to do so. Should, within one year after the termination of his/her employment with the employer, the employee either alone or jointly with others originate, invent or design any industrial property in relation to any product or process upon which he/she worked or which came to his/her attention during the last 2 years of his employment by the employer or on which a copyright had been obtained, such industrial property or the employee s interest therein shall automatically vest in the employer. The employee hereby binds him/herself and undertakes that he/she will: immediately communicate full details of such industrial property to the employer and to no other person; without expense to the employee sign all such documents and do all such acts as may be required by the employer in order to vest formal title in such industrial property in the employer and/or to enable the employer to apply for local or foreign patents, registered designs or trade marks in respect thereof; in those countries in which a patent or design application may only be filed in the name of the inventor or author, he will at the request of the employer, but at the latter's expense, sign the documents as may be required by the employer to enable a patent or design application to be filed therein in respect of such industrial property and subsequently to assign the same to the employer. 25. TRAINING The employer may require the employee to attend from time to time, training courses or development programmes in order to improve the employee s skills, knowledge or experience. Attendance at these courses or programmes will be at the discretion and expense of the employer. 26. DEDUCTIONS The employee authorises the employer to deduct from his/her earnings, any monies owed to the employer for whatever reason, at termination of service or when such monies are due. 27. CHANGE OF STATUS The employee will, within a reasonable period, notify the employer of any change in his/her status, such as address, dependants, marital, telephone number, qualifications or any other relevant changes. 28. DATE OF RETIREMENT The employee will retire at the age of 55/60/65 or as otherwise agreed in writing.

7 7 29. ADDRESS DOMICILIA Should either party serve any notice on the other, this will be done in writing, which may be delivered by hand or sent by registered post to the address hereunder and such address will be accepted as the address (domicilium citandi et executandi) for all legal intents and purposes concerning this contract. For the employee : For the employer: 23 Spanner Road, Clayville, P.O. Box 349, La Montagne, Pretoria, OFFENCES The employee undertakes immediately to notify the employer in the event of the endorsement of his/her drivers licence or any criminal offence with regard to dishonesty or violence. 31. GUARANTEE BY EMPLOYEE The employee confirms that all documentation, information and credentials presented to the employer in support of his application for employment are authentic and it is agreed that in the event of any of the above subsequently proving to be false, this will be grounds for summary termination of the employee s services. 32. ACCESS The employee agrees that any legal right he/she has to be on the employer s premises is dependent upon the adequate performance of the duties allocated to him/her by the employer. It is therefore specifically agreed that should the employee, for whatever reason, decide not to proceed with the performance of his/her allocated duties he/she shall at the request of the employer leave the employer s premises in an orderly manner within 20 (twenty) minutes after being requested to do so and that refusal or failure to do so will be regarded as breach of contract. 33. TRANSFER Should the need arise, the employer retains the right to transfer the employee to any other business of the employer in any position on a temporary or permanent basis, after consultation and reasonable notice to the employee. Refusal by the employee of such a transfer, without an acceptable or lawful reason, will amount to breach of contract. 34. GENERAL This Contract will be the entire agreement between the parties and no variation, alteration and/or addition will be of any force or effect unless placed in writing and signed by both parties. No indulgence, leniency or extension of time which the parties may grant each other, in the event of claims and/or disputes shall in any way whatsoever prejudice either of them, preclude either of them from exercising their rights or constitute a waiver or limitation of any of their respective rights. Both parties acknowledge that by signing this contract, they have received a copy of this contract, and they have read and understood the contents thereof. Both parties undertake

8 8 to hold themselves bound by this contract and agree to observe the provisions contained therein. The parties agree that all the terms and conditions of employment are specified in this agreement and those conditions of employment not specified in this agreement will be in terms of the employer s rules, regulations and procedures and the Industrial Council agreement for the Industry. In the event that this employment contract, the Industrial Council agreement and the employer s rules, regulations and procedures are silent on any specific point, the relevant section(s) of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act, will apply. I understand the conditions of the contract as explained and interpreted to me and accept it voluntary. I require/do not require an interpreter:. INTERPRETER: (Name) INTERPRETER: (Signature) Signed at on this... day of EMPLOYER EMPLOYEE WITNESSES

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